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  • Two organizations said the government's approach to health care IT provides regulators an opportunity to adapt its health IT certification program.

  • In a memo to employees, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said big changes lie ahead in terms of products and the company's own inner workings.

  • The new-gen MDM system, already well into development, will be launched sometime later this quarter.

  • Google is offering travel grants for Grace Hopper Computing Conference attendees and is looking for presentation proposals for the Google Test Automation Conference.

  • Validic provides a technology platform for data access to mobile health and in-home devices, wearables and patient health care applications.

  • NEWS ANALYSIS: By being perceived as overly extravagant, big IT companies will be the first ones blamed for a new tech bubble burst when it happens.

    by being perceived as extravagant, these companies will be the first ones blamed for it, whether or not they are actually guilty of touching it off. - See more at: http://www.eweek.com/news/why-princely-intern-pay-is-an-indicator-of-trouble-for-it-sector.html#sthash.JmDVshY7.dpuf
    by being perceived as extravagant, these companies will be the first ones blamed for it, whether or not they are actually guilty of touching it off. - See more at: http://www.eweek.com/news/why-princely-intern-pay-is-an-indicator-of-trouble-for-it-sector.html#sthash.JmDVshY7.dpuf

  • North America is the largest computerized physician order entry (CPOE) systems market, expected to grow at an annual growth rate of 6.9 percent.

  • The winners receive pilot planning and implementation support services, informational workshops and promotion at major health events and conferences.

  • Uncertainty about the location of sensitive and confidential data is more of a worry than a hacker or malicious employee.

  • The U.S. economy has come through a long period of recession and then a sluggish recovery. But the recent news has been positive, with payroll processor ADP estimating the economy added 281,000 jobs in June, the fifth consecutive month of robust job growth. The IT industry slogged through the Great Recession along with the rest of the economy. But after years of tight corporate IT budgets, research firm Gartner is reporting that global IT spending will rise for the rest of 2014 and into 2015 as the rest of the economy expands and IT vendors introduce the latest products customers care about. In a statement on the topic, Gartner Managing Vice President Richard Gordon said that while "increased competition, lack of product differentiations, and the increased availability of viable alternative solutions" have hurt the IT market in the short term, through 2018, the research firm expects total spending to rebound and grow until it reaches a "new equilibrium." But not all IT industry sectors will grow robustly. There will be some laggards. In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at Gartner's findings and provides details on exactly where enterprise spending will go into 2015.

  • NEWS ANALYSIS: A social experiment involving big data and manipulation of newsfeeds erodes trust in the world's largest social network.

  • CEO Meg Whitman and HP board are absolved, but former Autonomy executives will not be exempt from any subsequent litigation.

  • Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) revenues are expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate  of 35 percent between 2013 and 2018.

  • On average, more than one in four agencies utilize 50 to 88 percent of agency data storage to store copy or non-primary data, MeriTalk found.

  • Former Autonomy executives, however, will not be exempt from additional litigation, which could continue for a long while.

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